User: Aliinga (reddit)
Number of maps: 15
Average score: 23
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Columbus' first 4 voyages to the Americas. Until his death he never admitted that he had found a new continent.
Map of 3 deadly diseases, their origins and historical travel routes
Map of the world from 1502, 10 years after the "discovery" of the Americas. Note how it also includes the line of the separation of the world between Portugal and Spain.
An alternative map of Europe made post-world-war 2 without Germany
Map of South America with their leader's faces
Map Of Tenochtitlan and the Gulf of México from 1524
All the ways to say "Hangover" in Latin America
Saw a map of Native American territories on here. Here is another alternative version of North American indigenous territories from native-land (link in comments)
The Spread of Buddhism
Spread of Islam in Africa together with Africa's ecological frontiers
(Probably) the first modern atlas from 1570. South America looks a little fat, but really, it's a beautiful piece of map
Archaeological sites of discovery of first evidence of human civilizations in the Americas, and the estimated age of the artifacts
Only kinda a 'map', but here is the highly controversial Lewis Model of cultural types
Some world areas and percentage of how much they produce raw materials (primary commodities) versus (semi-)manufactured goods in their economies (ECLAC)
For those who wondered why Columbus never believed that he had arrived at a new continent: Here is a T & O map (1472) depicting the world view in Europe that the known world descended from Noah's 3 sons (one in each continent, Africa, Asia, Europe). An unknown continent did not fit into this view.
best photos you will ever see
for the map obsessed
boat parts and history
marine life photography